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Guess Who

Released: Mar 01st, 1992
Running Time: 75
Director: William Black
Company: Executive Video
Cast: Bridgette Aime, Kristi Leigh, Jake Steed, Tom Chapman, Shanna Kay, Cal Jammer, Peter North, Roxy Hart, Stacey Nichols
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Boy meets girl, peckers meet poop chutes and sound quality meets with disaster.  So with Guess Who, guess what?  We don't have a clue what's going on.  Not that it really matters, since these anal-predominant scenes are vignettes.

Peter North and Kristi Leigh could be talking about the trade deficit with Japan, for all we know; and for all we know, this important element of dialogue could be giving us a clue why he's spoon fucking the shit out of Kristi.  But I seriously doubt it.  It's a good scene, though.

Jake Steed, in his anal scene with Bridgette Aime, generates more suds than a brewery.  Reflective of the current thinking about condoms, Cal Jammer and Stacey Nichols perform a safe sex anal penetration.

Newcomer Shanna Kay and Tom Chapman perform a take it or leave it anal scene while Roxy Hart and Shanna wind up the proceedings with a standard playbook girl-girl scene that includes some dildo probing.

Passable entry that generates enough heat despite its obvious technical difficulties.


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Roxy Hart
Kristi Leigh
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Cal Jammer
Stacey Nichols
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